On Mon, 2 May 2005, Ronan Cunniffe wrote:
> Just curious: why not simply have a policy of DROP, and write
> ACCEPT rules for traffic that you specifically want (and more
> particularly, use --state ESTABLISHED rules to discard anything
That's what I do.
I LOG then REJECT packets by default. I have an 'accepts' chain
before that to accept certain stuff.
The point is to kill crap /before/ it hits the LOG rule, so my logs
aren't polluted by the noise of crud.
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